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Geoffrey Reynolds <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 3 Nov 2004 10:25:34 -0500
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Thank you Yvette and company who have worked diligently to get this project
underway.  I applaud your efforts and encourage all to assist.  If everyone
does a little then a lot will be accomplished.

Dr. Reynolds
----- Original Message -----
From: "Yvette Michelle Courtemanche" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Tuesday, November 02, 2004 9:10 PM
Subject: [MENC] Quick update on the Formal

> Alright, here goes all the new information on the Formal Dance!
> WE met with Professor Neiweem today about the formal and have a tentative
> date
> for March 5th, from 8 pm to 11 pm. Professor Neiweem is really excited
> about
> the entire idea, and thinks that it will work.
> I also spoke with Professor Stewart and the Jazz band today. Everyone
> seems to
> be excited about it and interested. Almost everyone in the band wanted to
> do
> it. I also spoke of having small combos, if any of them were interested
> and to
> let me know.
> So from here, we need to form a commitee that will take charge in the
> major
> decisions. We have a lot of suggestions, and we'll need a lot of help. If
> anyone is interested, please e-mail me @ [log in to unmask] and we'll form a
> group this way. Also, we'll try to keep a separate list of e-mails going
> around, I don't want people to think of this as too much information, and
> we'll
> also try to hold a real meeting of the comittee in a week or two, and get
> that
> off of the ground. We'll need to do a lot of things, like advertising as
> it
> gets closer, and we'll need more then just a few working on this kind of
> stuff.
> Thanks everyone, sorry for the lengthy e-mail, and just drop me a line if
> you
> want to help.
> Yvette